TBRSTaman Budaya Raden Saleh (Indonesian: Park Culture Raden Saleh; Indonesia)
TBRSTeacher Behavior Rating Scale
TBRSTotal Body Recumbent Stepper (exercise)
TBRSTerrestrial Biophysics and Remote Sensing Laboratory (University of Arizona)
TBRSThiobarbituric Acid-Reactive Substance (food science)
TBRSTryptophan Biosynthesis Regulatory System
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Therefore, most studies use semiquantitative parameters derived from static images, such as standardized uptake values (SUV) or tumor-to-background ratios (TBR).
With more than 3300 diesel engines manufactured, Continental certainly had the fleet data to support the higher TBRs, but it still had to jump through EASA regulatory hoops to gain the formal approvals.
As illustrated in Figure 1 for white women aged 25-29, TBRs have been relatively flat since the mid-1970s despite dramatic increases in nonmarital birth rates, declines in the proportion of women married (termed the "single share" in this paper), and little movement in marital birth rates (MBRs).
Since individuals may not be familiar with the reciprocal movement of the recumbent stepper, all participants had an opportunity to use the exercise device (total body recumbent stepper, TBRS [NuStep, T5XR, NuStep, Inc., Ann Arbor, MI]) to practice the movement pattern and step rate (80 spm).
Now the international player Goodyear India plans to enter the large truck and bus radial (TBR) tyre market and is testing out its global range for Indian road conditions, according to a report in The Business Line.
Instead, the directives relied on CTRs provided by the European Commission that effectively gave TBRs generated by ETSI the status of a compulsory standard.
The corresponding TBRs were 1.7 [+ or -] 0.72 for [sup.68]Ga-citrate and 1.2 [+ or -] 0.25 for [sup.18]F-FDG (P = 0.17).
27 -- After the rise in demand for the bus and tyre trucks, Japanese tyre maker Bridgestone Corporation which had been procuring truck and bus radials (TBRs), will manufacture the tyre locally to bring the cost down.
Therefore, a novel exercise test using a total body recumbent stepper (TBRS) could be an alternative method of measuring V[O.sub.2]max in healthy individuals.
It also builds data points to support Continental's engine life extension program, as it attempts to raise TBRs to 2000 hours and beyond.
When Continental purchased Thielert in July, it acknowledged that eliminating or extending the gearbox replacement cycle and extending TBRs to 2000 or 2400 hours were priorities.